Created by - Orhan Ergun
How to pass the Certified Cloud Practitioner from AWS, exam details and type, and what to expect AWS CLF Exam Content & Topics The exam agenda starts with the concept of cloud computing and the differences between it with on-premise networks. then it shows you all the AWS services that will be more than enough to migrate or establish a network on AWS's cloud which will have all the facilities and can be fully or partially managed by AWS for you. and of course, everything comes for a price, AWS will declare the prices of their services, what is for FREE and what is not and will provide many easy tools for costs calculation and best practices with AWS. Amazon's Touch in the CLF Exam Amazon provides a free tier 12-month access to whoever creates an account for the 1st time with them the account has free access to many AWS services that will allow for both studying and actual testing/benefiting from their services. AWS CLF Exam Nature & Type The current version of this exam CLF-C01 has 65 written questions in the exam. all the questions are single/multi-answer MCQs and no other type of questions have appeared so far. only 50 out Aof the 65 questions are considered in your exam score calculation, the other 15 are for AWS "surveys" let's say. the questions are clear and straightforward, with no design or architecting questions here, just services, IAM, and Billing Management Qs. exam time is 90 minutes over PearsonVUE or PSI exam engines, and the passing score is 700/1000. Enjoy and get Certified.
Published - Mon, 04 Apr 2022
Created by - Orhan Ergun
Amazon Web Services (AWS) CLF or CCP, how you want to name it (CLF is the official exam and badge name). as it stands for Certified Cloud Practitioner, with the current version of CLF-C01. AWS CLF is the very first step for any engineer, regardless of their experience in the IT domain, to start understanding and put a step in the world of cloud computing. CLF with AWS Services The exam/certificate focuses on many different aspects, some are shared with other exams from AWS, some are CLF-Focused. This includes the concept of cloud computing, comparison of many aspects of networking between On-premise networks and cloud networks. Introduction to AWS and how much does AWS covers/offers of on-premise services on their cloud, ready to be directly initiated and used. AWS most critical aspect when you decide to network on their infrastructure, and that is "Billing", this is a very important and critical concept to really understand and know how to deal with when you start working with AWS networks. Is AWS-CLF important? Many tends to skip this exam, and keeps spreading the idea that "SAA is the Associate exam of AWS Services, and it should be the beginning". this can be right and wrong, for reasons like: CLF teaches the concept and basics of cloud computing CLF deals with you as a junior in many networking aspects CLF teaches the Billing and costing methodologies of AWS and how to achieve best practices SAA doesn't go for what is cloud, neither deals with billing and costs!! SAA deals with AWS services from scratch till half way of becoming a hero of AWS SAA contains a ton of different variant services and teaches how to design an application using 3-4 different solutions of AWS! so these are the main different keys of these 2 exams (SAA stands for Solution Architect Associate), and if you want my POV, start with CLF, this will ease the process of: getting to know Cloud for the first time preparing for SAA exam later What After CLF? AWS, at the moment of writing this post, has only 3 Associate exams that you can start with directly, or after passing CLF: AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate AWS Certified Developer - Associate Some takes all of the Associates one after another, some focuses on a domain and go like Associate, Specialty, and then Professional. keep following our website and our courses page to check all the latest different AWS courses available from OrhanErgun.net Enjoy and get Certified.
Published - Tue, 29 Mar 2022